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  1. Open year round. Camelot RV Campground is looking for a Workamper couple to help with the everyday duties of running a campground. We would like a couple looking for year round placement, but are open to other options. We are close to town for your shopping, dining, and miscellaneous needs with a country atmosphere. Food companies deliver to your site. Many times you can stay in your RV and watch for customers to arrive, then register RV’s and escort them to their site. Some paper work and cleaning takes place each morning, as needed. No computer skills needed. Some general maintenance and site clean-up, as needed. No fire pits to clean. WE DO the mowing of the grounds, the electrical and plumbing ourselves. We provide you with a full hookup site with, water, sewer, electric 30/50amp, cable TV 61 channels, and WiFi. In addition we offer limited laundry privileges and discounted propane. If anyone should go over their site and amenities worth we would compensate. Also we do not charge you extra should you not meet your site and amenities worth. We appreciate you being on the grounds should we need you. Visit our website and click on Workampers Position at the top of the page for more details. Phone 573-785-1016 ask for Jean.
  2. 1. Statement of the Job: The Nature Conservancy is looking for volunteers with a strong interest in environmental conservation to serve as RV site hosts at the Patagoina-Sonoita Creek Preserve. RV site hosts live on site at one of the preserve’s two RV pads. They should be self-motivated, adaptable, and creative team players. They must be willing to work a flexible schedule that may include weekends. Strong candidates will have an interest in birding and feel comfortable leading nature or natural history walks. 2. Essential Functions: Opens, closes, and staffs the visitor center. Fee collection, retail sales, and visitor orientation Administrative duties including: answering phones, closing out registers, and merchandise inventories. General chores including: filling feeders, cleaning restrooms, and trail and garden maintenance 3. Minimum Qualifications: Physically fit - able to walk a couple miles of trails. Valid Driver’s License. Ability to pass a background check for child safety. Experience using computers applications such as Word, Excel and web browsers. 4. Preferred Qualifications: Current in First Aid/CPR certification. Ability to operate TNC equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Knowledge of basic plumbing, electrical and carpentry skills. Experience in trail maintenance and/or retail sales and inventory management. Desire to help The Nature Conservancy advance its conservation objectives. 5. Responsibility & Scope: May work with limited supervision. Interacts with the general public on behalf of The Nature Conservancy. 6. Time Required: Minimum of 25 hours/week for each volunteer. 7. ORIENTATION/TRAINING: The manager and volunteer coordinator will deliver a thorough orientation of the preserve’s programs to site hosts. A general online training is required for all new volunteers. Volunteers will receive training for all special activities or tools required. 8. Start time and length of assignment: This is a seasonal/volunteer opportunity. Maximum stay is 3.5 months. 9. Reports to the Preserve Manager and Volunteer Coordinator. For more information or to fill out our application, check out the site host application . Check out our website at: nature.org/patagonia You may also email: patagonia@tnc.org or call (520) 394-2400. Site Host application.pdf
  3. Has anyone attended one of the Workamper Rondezvous in Heber Springs, Arkansas? If so, did you find it worth the expense (about $440 registration for the two of us if we register early for a three-day seminar)? Thanks, Rob
  4. EXCITING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! Be part of the volunteer team with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Visitor/Environmental Education Center! We are seeking volunteers to staff our center and assist in outreach activities May 2015 through 2016, staying a minimum of 3 months. Duties include: meeting/greeting the public, answering questions, assisting with cleaning (cleaning does include VC restrooms), help with special events, workshops and other outreach programs, leading tours and helping with field trips and day-to-day operation of the center gift shop, stocking brochure racks; etc. Volunteers receive a free deluxe campsite with water, electric, sewer, WiFi, laundry facilities and uniforms. Propane available during the winter months. Hours are 20 to 24 hours per week (2 -3 days), per person. We are centrally located (Jamestown, KY/Lake Cumberland) to many South Central Kentucky regional outdoor attractions. Also, seeking volunteers for our fish production program. Contact Moria Painter at 270-343-3797 or moria_painter@fws.gov. Visit our website to learn more about Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery http://www.fws.gov/wolfcreek/
  5. EXCITING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! Be part of the volunteer team with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Visitor/Environmental Education Center! We are seeking volunteers to staff our center and assist in outreach activities May 2015 through 2016, staying a minimum of 3 months. Duties include: meeting/greeting the public, answering questions, assisting with cleaning (cleaning does include VC restrooms), help with special events, workshops and other outreach programs, leading tours and helping with field trips and day-to-day operation of the center gift shop, stocking brochure racks; etc. Volunteers receive a free deluxe campsite with water, electric, sewer, WiFi, laundry facilities and uniforms. Propane available during the winter months. Hours are 20 to 24 hours per week (2 -3 days), per person. We are centrally located (Jamestown, KY/Lake Cumberland) to many South Central Kentucky regional outdoor attractions. Also, seeking volunteers for our fish production program. Contact Moria Painter at 270-343-3797 or moria_painter@fws.gov. To lean more about Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery please visit our website http://www.fws.gov/wolfcreek/ Facts about WCNFH volunteer positions..pdf
  6. Enjoy meeting your fellow campers? We are currently looking for individuals and families interested in hosting at Point Lookout State Park in Maryland during the 2015 season starting in April. Point Lookout is a great park for those who love fishing and boating! The park is a historical Civil War site as well! For more information about our beautiful park, check out our website: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/pointlookout.aspx Camp hosts receive a free campsite with electric, water, and sewer in exchange for working for 25 hours per week. The work to be done is generally campground related: welcoming new campers, keeping the campsites clean, keeping the campground in good condition, keeping bathhouses clean and in working order, answering questions asked by campers, and letting the campers know what is happening in the park/area over the period of the campers stay. Camp Hosts are asked to make a commitment of 1-month stay with additional time as park schedule permits. Use the email provided below to request an application. Location: Point Lookout State Park, Scotland, MD, 20687 Contact: Ranger Christine Bridges- christine.bridges@maryland.gov Phone: 301-872-5688 (leave a message with your name, phone and email address)
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